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Headwater Stream Chemistry in Western Washington: 20 Years of Study

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Title Headwater Stream Chemistry in Western Washington: 20 Years of Study
Creator Edmonds, Robert
Subject streams riparian soils riparian areas riparian forests coarse woody debris biogeochemical cycles soil nutrient dynamics biodiversity hydrochemistry rain forests clearcutting riparian buffers Salmonidae air pollution old-growth forests acid deposition drainage weirs monitoring nitrates Washington water
Description Edmonds will present an overview of headwater streams. He will discuss stream chemistry studies, including the effects of excess nitrogen inputs in the biogeochemical cycle. Next, he will describe in detail four stream chemistry studies over the last 20 years. The general conclusion: nitrate is terribly important. See more of Dr. Edmond's work at: http://www.cfr.washington.edu/People/faculty.asp?ID=312
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-25T16:12:27Z 2011-04-25T16:12:27Z 2006-05-16
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16516
Language en_US

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